A big goal is in Vice’s sights.
For the first time in her one-year run with WWE, Lola Vice had a televised singles match. She took on former NXT Women’s Champion Roxanne Perez on the 9/19 NXT on USA Network and was on the losing end of the bout.
Going into the match, Vice made the media rounds and along the way, she spoke with TMZ Sports. She told the outlet that she is going to be the best superstar in the history of WWE.
I am going to be the best superstar in the history of the WWE and I’ve been trusting the process and it’s very cliché to say but, you kind of have to do that here, and they really did a good job at making sure I’m prepared and this past year-and-a-half, I’ve been a little bit more low-key, not posting as much, kind of just training in silence. Starting from scratch, paying my dues.
Since joining WWE, Vice has tallied up 32 matches. She is currently a part of a team with Elektra Lopez.
Before joining the company, Vice, real name Valerie Loureda, fought for Bellator MMA and she finished her fighting career with a 4-1 record.
If the quote in this article is used, please credit TMZ Sports with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription.